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Ratdog Live at Buckeye Lake on 2000-05-26

by Ratdog

Topics Live concert


Jam> Playin'> She Belongs to me> Playin' Jam> El Paso, Eternity> EZ to Slip Tease> Playin' Tease> Masterpiece> Big Boss Man> October Queen> Even So> Other one*> SOLOS> St. Stephen Jam>Playin' Jam> Knockin'> Playin' Reprise, E: Touch of Grey


Collection Ratdog
Band/Artist Ratdog
Venue Buckeye Lake
Location Hebron, OH

Source 24-channel stage split-feed->Yamaha O2R digital mixer (A/D)-> Alesis Masterlink (HDD)->CD
Lineage EAC-)WaveLab (level correction & track splitting)-)WAV-)SHNv3
Taped by Jon Simons
Transferred by Josh Huber

Notes

A studio mix. NOT a soundboard recording; this is an
isolated mix done from within a mobile recording studio
at Hookaville. Not from the audience or Front of House board.

Reviews

Reviewer: mrrockwizard - - January 24, 2014
Subject: My favorite Ratdog Show ever !
I love this Show and Recording !I stood Front and Center watching Bobby and the Boys lay this one down in front of the largest Hookahville Crowd to date.
Ratdog was the Highlight of Spring Hookahville 2000 IMNSHO and that is no small accomplishment considering the Talent the Festival boasted ( Deep Banana Blackout, David Grisman Quintet, Arlo Guthrie as well as Hookah themselves )
The Jam>Playin' kicked things off and the Band Jammed it's way thru the set returning to the Playin' theme throughout the show creating a Multi-Decker Sandwich with lots of goodies serving as the Meat.
Kenny Brooks Sax was mind blowing in the Psychedelisized State I was in and Mark Karan displayed why he was chosen for the Lead Guitar slot over and over again, his Leads were refined, subtle and sublime a Master Guitarist at work, his Leads on El Paso are worth the listen alone.
Also, you get a nice October Queen>Even So off of the then Unreleased Evening Moods, A nice Big Boss Man,a Wasserman solo Jam on Saint Stephen that got the Crowd roaring, just too much good stuff to put it all down in a Review.
Give this a listen and DL it belongs in any collection.
mr, rock wizard ( AKA the Highway Terror )
Reviewer: kcl420 - - August 26, 2005
Subject: My first post-Dead Buckeye
Im giving this 5 for overall experience..I caught every show @ Buckeye except 92, and this was my first return post-Jerry....My favorite venue hands-down. I got a minidisc master source I might throw up just for the hell of it, or maybe just over at BTETREE
Reviewer: BeholdtheLambofGod - - August 5, 2005
Subject: Behold The Rat
This was a fun weekend- hot, a little rainy, and fun- perfect Ohio concert. The Ratdog sound was evolving, growing some balls- it sounds even better on retrospect than it did then, and it sounded good then. Great ensemble musicianship, perfect frills and fills on all the solos by all the guys- good show.
Reviewer: Dennisw - - December 22, 2004
Subject: The rest?
It would be nice if someone could tack on the epic Sailor>Saint that Bob did later this night with Hookah.
Reviewer: augustus west - - August 16, 2004
Subject: not bad at all
I like the intro jam , the playin sandwich with a nice EZ tease and the stephen jam. The studio mix recording is flawless. It sounds better than a SBD.
PEOPLE ALSO FOUND
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Source: 24 bit: AKG CK61-ULS/A61/C460B > AERCO MP-2 > Sony TCD-D10 ProII
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